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2010-07-17 04:38:11
2010-07-17 04:38:11

http://www.loveislonely.com is a good poetry website. It is nicely designed and has good quality.

www.4to40.com is a very good poetry website if you want to share your own poetry, enter your poetry or haiku into competitions, or like to see other amateur artists poems.

Non-Amateur SitesA good overview site is http://www.loc.gov/poetry/180/p180-list.html, and if you search for specific poets you can find other great sites as well.

Be very careful of sites like poetry.com, because they primarily are trying to get your money. *Anyone* who posts a poem there, no matter how good or bad, will get a letter telling them they have been selected for something and asking the poet to pay money for something... a book with their poem in it, or whatever it is. It isn't getting published anywhere but in those massive books, and that is not how professional poets break into the business.

A good site for professional authors is http://poets.org They have lots of poems there, and you can search by author or by themes, like death or love.

AnswerPoetry.com is a scam. Go http://www.poems-and-quotes.com the people there are friendly, and there are MANY great poets on there.

There are other good sites like www.poemhunter.com. The good thing about this site is they have many poems of great artists.

*why did you say that poetry.com is a scam? i have posted some of my poems there, i thought it's a real good site...I'll try the other site you suggested. thanks.

If you think your poem might make good lyrics for a song, there is a great songwriters website out there called: www.clownbasket.com. You can upload your poems and a songwriter might pick it up and put it to music. Just discovered it today. very cool.

Wow cool! I'll check that out...I actually like to write a song but dont know how to put notes LOL so songs turned into poems hehehe thanks for that...I'll send one on there. :-)

Try: http://authspot.com/poetry/the-beavers

Its a good, trusted website (for me). And you can submit your own poems, etc... Enjoy!

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